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Analog Mixer from Peavey belonging to the PV series.

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  • david-35david-35

    Avoid

    Peavey PV 6Published on 10/24/14 at 03:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The VP6 Peavy table is quite compact, but the fact that the knobs are quite small and really close to one another. The design of the table because there was not enough room to put an EQ on stereo inputs medium.

    The steel frame is sturdy, it can not be said for plastic knobs at the bottom end. I'm afraid they are in my hand whenever I turn.

    UTILIZATION

    The activation of the phantom power button does not protrude from the chassis and requires a pen to turn on / off, which is not very convenient.

    The master slider causes crackling over time and must have contact problems because I lose the stereo by increasing or lowering the volume.

    SOUNDS

    What interests me most is…
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    The VP6 Peavy table is quite compact, but the fact that the knobs are quite small and really close to one another. The design of the table because there was not enough room to put an EQ on stereo inputs medium.

    The steel frame is sturdy, it can not be said for plastic knobs at the bottom end. I'm afraid they are in my hand whenever I turn.

    UTILIZATION

    The activation of the phantom power button does not protrude from the chassis and requires a pen to turn on / off, which is not very convenient.

    The master slider causes crackling over time and must have contact problems because I lose the stereo by increasing or lowering the volume.

    SOUNDS

    What interests me most is the quality of the headphones to play late at night when the children are asleep. For this test I compared with a Behringer Eurorack mixer which is in the same price range.
    A volume of the same input, for the same volume of output, with gains of input and master to 0 dB, I have to put the headset volume on the ¼ and ½ behringher on Peavey. Problem is that the Peavey model, past the ¼ volume, it has a large enough deaf breath.

    For comparison, the eurorack model has a power reserve yet large enough and when you push the volume is then heard a slight white noise which is much less irritating to the ears as deaf breath very present Peavey.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In conclusion, having tried both, for virtually the same price, if you are looking for a small table look rather effective mix on the side of Behringer Eurorack.
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  • sw80sw80

    Stylish and built well

    Peavey PV 6Published on 02/01/13 at 04:13
    I was in the market to buy a small mixer that was compact and had at least 4 channels. I came across the Peavey PV6, it has 6 channels so I decided to get it because of the price and figured the two extra channels would not hurt and I could probably use them. I love the design of this mixer because for this price you don’t find many mixers that have a nice look to them. The main base of this mixer is like a white-ish brushed color that pops out, not like all of the rest of the lower end mixer. The knobs are bright orange, blue, black and even some white ones. They are all made well too; they look great and will not break or get stiff even if though I was a little harsh on them.

    UTILIZ…
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    I was in the market to buy a small mixer that was compact and had at least 4 channels. I came across the Peavey PV6, it has 6 channels so I decided to get it because of the price and figured the two extra channels would not hurt and I could probably use them. I love the design of this mixer because for this price you don’t find many mixers that have a nice look to them. The main base of this mixer is like a white-ish brushed color that pops out, not like all of the rest of the lower end mixer. The knobs are bright orange, blue, black and even some white ones. They are all made well too; they look great and will not break or get stiff even if though I was a little harsh on them.

    UTILIZATION

    This mixer has 1 effects send and 1 effects return. It has effects built into it that I found rather good for it to be at this price. The input type is XLR and there are 4 inputs and 2 outputs on the PV6.

    SOUNDS

    The PV6 works with a 16.5 VAC power supply and only weighs around 5 pounds. It is very portable and looks great. I would take it everywhere with me for a while. I do still own it but don’t use it much because I am not as mobile as I use to be in the years past but I will get rid of it because it worked great and I never know when I may need it again.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This mixer allowed me to adjust the Rang of the microphone input gain from 10dB to 60Db easily and even the LED metering was pretty good. I really have no complaints with this mixer and the price (100 dollars) is great for the features and quality of a mixer that it is. I recommend this over a lot of other mixers in this price range that are coming out now.
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  • Fran_ckieFran_ckie

    Perfect for what it is worth

    Peavey PV 6Published on 01/06/12 at 06:17
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    Sufficient connection, because it keeps the advantage of an ultra-compact!
    To add to the features already mentioned, the headphone volume knob very useful, and not always present in some brands!

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, a novice could use it. CD supplied with instructions.
    The buttons are sturdy.

    SOUNDS

    Found no breath in all situations tested (piano, synthesizer, guitar, bass, microphones, turntables ...)
    Presence of a contour button for the low volume.
    The equalizer is effective and can be felt well enough.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it a few weeks in home studio, perfect for a small set.
    Perfect for the price, nothing to do with Behringer et al.
    S…
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    Sufficient connection, because it keeps the advantage of an ultra-compact!
    To add to the features already mentioned, the headphone volume knob very useful, and not always present in some brands!

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, a novice could use it. CD supplied with instructions.
    The buttons are sturdy.

    SOUNDS

    Found no breath in all situations tested (piano, synthesizer, guitar, bass, microphones, turntables ...)
    Presence of a contour button for the low volume.
    The equalizer is effective and can be felt well enough.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it a few weeks in home studio, perfect for a small set.
    Perfect for the price, nothing to do with Behringer et al.
    She told me that I quite enjoyed the exchange against the PV8 USB.
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  • zingzingzingzing

    Peavey PV 6Published on 12/09/07 at 16:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Small mixer is used in home studio or possibly a sub for fair mix before entering a real console (to make a line of stro drum overheads, for example)
    2 mono channels 2 and 6 in total so stro
    TRS connectors are good and can route all singnaux analog home studio in a minimum of tools are Submitted console (except Mute & Solo) and allow monitoring without too grate play c ble apprciable comfort.
    4 XLR JACK more rows (6 in all), Pramplis, Pan, FX, and EQ for each channel but no mdium the Stros.
    Input and output TAPE CAR in practice is connected what we want (because the tape I do not know about you but me has been a while since I have not seen!)
    Low-cut filter, Contour, phantom power,…
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    Small mixer is used in home studio or possibly a sub for fair mix before entering a real console (to make a line of stro drum overheads, for example)
    2 mono channels 2 and 6 in total so stro
    TRS connectors are good and can route all singnaux analog home studio in a minimum of tools are Submitted console (except Mute & Solo) and allow monitoring without too grate play c ble apprciable comfort.
    4 XLR JACK more rows (6 in all), Pramplis, Pan, FX, and EQ for each channel but no mdium the Stros.
    Input and output TAPE CAR in practice is connected what we want (because the tape I do not know about you but me has been a while since I have not seen!)
    Low-cut filter, Contour, phantom power, FX Loop, Output Monitoring and Master Jack, Headset and LED VuMtre rudimentary.

    UTILIZATION

    To use it even the simplest instinctive, agree perfectly with the mock for musicians.
    All functions are accessible IMMEDIATE, analog what?
    Construction trs sound that inspires confidence, we have a imprenssion the fractions of pro console
    A small BMOL master fader for spitting a bit, if you are looking for a mixer made of its mobile micro as I advise you to go to plutt a mixer with only potentiomtres the dusts can not fit in it more reliable.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is clear without problem, the equalizer works well electro trs is perfectly suited prcis powerful ... etc..
    With the microphones is less funny, but a lack of running musicals mdiums rsons too low a lack of depth, a little dull, and treble allowed to 0db, other also makes it ..... is less of ct l.
    However not a single breath.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have two years it was with her that I did all my models that are actually small productions dj and overall it fulfills its rle, but Fawn Ingala . The sound and music is wide enough for the price but to make real instrument sounds taken from the static light etc, it is a little short.
    Despite this I keep it again but if I had a choice I would put a little more as to make such a Mackie
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  • zigo_bzhzigo_bzh

    Peavey PV 6Published on 02/11/08 at 07:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    About the feature I did not mind, so go see the manufacturer's website. But that's what I was looking for a small mixer for home studio.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it to afford to have my guitar preamp for my bass, my microphone and a turntable. I then plugs on my external sound card, a small Edirol. So for a home studio without much average less than two hundred euros (89 90 exactly) here I am with a good audio interface with 6ms latency. So for the price: less than one hundred Euros, I am overwhelmed!

    SOUNDS

    Then it is his strong point (for the price of course). It is the price of Beringer, and there is nothing to do. He has no breath, even a background. For pickups I did not…
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    About the feature I did not mind, so go see the manufacturer's website. But that's what I was looking for a small mixer for home studio.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it to afford to have my guitar preamp for my bass, my microphone and a turntable. I then plugs on my external sound card, a small Edirol. So for a home studio without much average less than two hundred euros (89 90 exactly) here I am with a good audio interface with 6ms latency. So for the price: less than one hundred Euros, I am overwhelmed!

    SOUNDS

    Then it is his strong point (for the price of course). It is the price of Beringer, and there is nothing to do. He has no breath, even a background. For pickups I did not do test but I will clarify. While waiting for the guitar that changes everything for me. The equalization is effective, probably yes, but as I use it for home recording I wanted a mixer with the most transparent possible, and that's what she does. After the rest is done on pc.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 weeks and I am satisfied. This is not the best but it does not gadget. It is solid. It has no effect because in c'es price it is and will remain the gadget. Straight to the point that's what I asked. Otherwise I tried another small table and asked the Board (yamaha, mackie, Beringher, alesis ...) and this is the one that I really bleuffé.
    What I like least is the appearance.
    What I like most: all the rest.
    The value for money is obviously one of his strong point, especially in view of its performance.
    And with the choice I would do so without any hesitation that choice. And I'm really surprised there is as little opinion on this matter. Anyway I hope people will just go try it. For here for the clothes do not make the monk. At the end I hesitated between a Yamaha and, even if lma yamaha is more flashy, I do it again this choice again and again, you will understand for me is a godsend! 10/10 So in light of the price
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